Start your DC weekend in the city’s oldest neighborhood, from the historic C&O Canal along the Potomac River, to tree-lined streets, waterfront cafes, vintage clothes and design shops.
DC’s oldest neighborhood offers a mix of cobblestone streets, boutiques, and an active waterfront.
The most recent addition to Georgetown’s French restaurant scene, Brasserie Liberté’s gorgeous interior is complemented by menu staples like French onion soup and mouth-watering beef bourguignon.
The New York-based group Artists & Fleas will open its first DC location this spring.
The shoe startup is the latest direct-to-consumer line to open a DC storefront.
While GLOW features national and international artists, homegrown art can be found there, too.
The annual display of 11 site-specific light installations includes artists from around the globe and close to home — including one with a trio of live dancers from Dance Place.